LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Easter Sunday was chilly today, especially since the average high this time of year is typically in the upper 60s for Lexington and central Kentucky. Highs today only reached into the lower to mid 50s.

Easter Sunday highs today.
Lows expected by Monday morning.
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It should be very cool, perhaps even chilly at times, to start this week, but warm air will return by the end of the week. Spring lovers will rejoice.
Future rainfall totals from Sunday night to mid-day Monday

Higher rainfall totals, near 1 inch or more, are expected further South and East of Fayette County.

High expected on Monday, still cool for this time of year.
11:30 p.m. Sunday on the futurecast
3 a.m. Monday on the futurecast
7 a.m. Monday on the futurecast
12 p.m. on Monday on the futurecast. Showers by this time in the day are mainly East of Fayette County.
4 p.m. Monday on the futurecast

Expect warmer air to push in from the South and Southwest by late this week with high temperatures by Friday, Saturday and Sunday moving into the upper 70s to around 80 degrees.

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